Gisele Bündchen and her kids sing beautiful song to send 'good energy to all'

By Heather Cichowski

Gisele Bündchen and her kids sing beautiful song to send 'good energy to all'


Let the music lift you up! Gisele Bündchen and her kids, Benjamin Brady, 10, and Vivian Brady, 7, shared a beautiful video of them singing "Count On Me" by Bruno Mars to lift everyone's spirits during the coronavirus pandemic.

The supermodel shared the video on Instagram on March 24. She wrote a message in English and Portuguese about staying positive and feeling grateful despite the uncertain times as the world battles COVID-19.

"Though we are going through a very tough time, let's try and focus on the present, and live the HERE and NOW," began the Brazilian beauty.

"Life is a gift. Let's support one another."

She continued by offering simple suggestions on how people can stay connected.

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"Do you have a friend who knows how to cook? Call him. Know someone who loves to work out? Ask her to teach you some exercises.

"What about that friend who knows how to meditate? Why not ask for some tips?"

Gisele revealed while she, husband Tom Brady and their children are staying home and self-isolating, they are passing the time by singing.

"Around here, we are singing and sending good energy to all."

She asked her 15.8 million followers how they are doing and what are they doing at home, and added, "Please tag me in your posts so I can share on my insta stories. That way we can inspire one another! Sending love and light to everyone!"


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Though we are going through a very tough time, let’s try and focus on the present, and live the HERE and NOW. Life is a gift. Let’s support one another. Do you have a friend who knows how to cook? Call him. Know someone who loves to work out? Ask her to teach you some exercises. What about that friend who knows how to meditate? Why not ask for some tips? Around here, we are singing and sending good energy to all. What about you guys at home? What are you all doing? Please tag me in your posts so I can share on my insta stories. That way we can inspire one another! Sending love and light to everyone! #stayhome #hereandnow ❤ Por mais que estejamos passando por um momento muito difícil, precisamos viver o HOJE e valorizar o AGORA. A vida é um presente. Vamos cuidar uns dos outros. Tem algum amigo que sabe cozinhar? Ligue pra ele. Aquele que adora academia? Pede pra ele te ensinar uns exercícios. E o que sabe meditar? Por que não liga e pede umas dicas? Nós, por aqui, estamos cantando para mandar energia positiva para todos. O que vocês que tem que ficar em casa estão fazendo por aí? Me marquem nas suas publicações que vou postar no meu stories. Vamos inspirar uns aos outros. #stayhome #curtaacasa

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In the video, Gisele and her two children were sitting on a white sofa, with a little dog in Vivian's lap. They sang in unison, "You can count on me like one, two, three/I'll be there/And I know when I need it I can count on you like four, three, two/You'll be there/'Cause that's what friends are supposed to do, oh yeah."

As they sang, the family grasped hands and proud mom Gisele even mimed holding a microphone up to her kids' mouths!

Then at the end of the video clip, Benjamin sweetly hugged his mom and sister, and said, "I love you guys." They then shared kisses.

It is a beautiful moment for the family and it will hopefully bring the same happy and loving feelings to those who have watched it. It has already been viewed over 1.3 million times in less than 24 hours!

It isn't known where Tom is, but fans presume he is filming the heartwarming song.

Gisele is one of many celebrities using social media to foster connections among everyone in self-isolation to lift people's spirits.

Canadian icon Shania Twain posted a video to Instagram on March 19, where she sang a song in gratitude to all the health care workers on the front line.

Earlier this month, Brandon Flowers of The Killers reworked the idea of singing "Happy Birthday" while washing your hands to feature his band's iconic 2003 song "Mr. Brightside."

On March 15, The Killers Twitter uploaded a video of their frontman singing the tune while he washed his hands.

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